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Interview with Chris Kane: The Future of the Office Webinar

Hogan Lovells welcomed Chris Kane for a Zoom interview with our own Jackie Newstead, for a thought provoking, engaging and insightful look at The Future of the Office. Will the office...

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The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) for commercial property in England and Wales
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MEES came into force in respect of the grant or renewal of commercial leases on 1 April 2018, and will apply in respect of continuing commercial leases on 1 April 2023, setting a minimum...

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How will the new National Security and Investment Bill affect overseas and domestic investors?

Jane Dockeray and Ingrid Stables consider the implications of the new Bill for deals which you are negotiating now.

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What’s happening with the Retail Prices Index and why?

Alongside Wednesday’s Spending Review, the government and the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) have published their response to the recent consultation on reform to the RPI. The outcome ...

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Supreme Court ruling in restrictive covenant case: ignore covenants at your own risk Keeping It Real Estate

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment today in an eagerly awaited case on restrictive covenants and affordable housing. It is the first time that the Supreme Court has considered a...

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UK COVID-19: Back to the workplace – stay alert Keeping It Real Estate

Boris Johnson has now changed the focus from staying at home to staying alert. What does this mean for landlords who need to create a COVID-safe environment? How does this look in...

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What is Duvalue of an absolute covenant in a lease? Keeping It Real Estate

On 6 May 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case of Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Limited [2020] UKSC 18. The question considered by the court was whether a landlord ...

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Right to rent checks – here to stay Keeping It Real Estate

The Court of Appeal has held that right to rent checks are not unlawful under the Human Rights Act, reversing a decision of the High Court. The Court held that the scheme was a...

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COVID-19 in the UK: emergency legislation for renters Keeping It Real Estate

The government has confirmed it will bring forward emergency legislation to protect residential tenants from eviction. Following the Budget which announced mortgage “holidays”...

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